Nico is a [ doctoral student ] in Computer and Information Science at Linnaeus University (LNU) in Växjö, Sweden. His [ doctoral project ] is concerned with the support of synchronous asymmetric data exploration using Virtual Reality within the context of Collaborative Immersive Analytics, which he researches in the [ VRxAR Labs ] research group. He is also associated with the [ ISOVIS ] research group. His [ research interests ] focus on Human-Computer Interaction in general, and the interaction with immersive technologies for purposes such as data exploration and collaboration in particular. He also enjoys creating accessible [ workshops ] to promote the creative use of technology.
Prior to entering his doctoral studies, he worked as a research assistant at the Department of Media Technology at LNU, where he also completed his master degree in [ Social Media and Web Technologies (M.Sc.) ]. Since then he is regularly involved in various teaching and supervision activities. Before moving to Sweden, he studied [ International Media and Computing (B.Sc.) ] at Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin in Germany.
In his free time he is enthusiastic about photography, cycling, synthesizers, drawing, listening to music and podcasts, reading, traveling, swimming, as well as handhelds and video games.
Linnaeus University, Sweden - Computer and Information Science (Doctoral student)
2017 - present
Linnaeus University, Sweden - Social Media and Web Technologies (M.Sc.)
2013 - 2015
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, Germany - International Media and Computing (B.Sc.)
2010 - 2013
Department of Computer Science and Media Technology
Faculty of Technology
Universitetsplatsen 1, SE-35252, Växjö, Sweden